.NET Core 2.1 is finally here and you will find the links to announcement blog posts in this newsletter.
With .NET Core 2.1 comes the ability to create .NET Core Tools, and I have created a few of those over the past month. Please check out the Developer Tools page on my blog for more information. Hopefully, you will find some of them useful.
Still using “classic” ASP.NET MVC? Gunnar has written a blog post that focuses on problems people have had with bundling and provides working solutions for those who cannot use bundling in ASP.NET MVC for different reasons.
We’re excited to announce the release of .NET Core 2.1. It includes improvements to performance, to the runtime and tools. It also includes a new way to deploy tools as NuGet packages. We’ve added a new primitive type called Span that operates on data without allocations.
Today we’re thrilled to announce the release of ASP.NET Core 2.1.0! This is the latest release of our open-source and cross-platform web framework for .NET and it’s now ready for production use. Get started with ASP.NET Core 2.1 today! Check out What’s New in ASP.NET Core 2.1 in the ASP.
Today we are excited to announce the release of Entity Framework (EF) Core 2.1. This is the latest production-ready release of our open-source and cross-platform data access technology. We are releasing today alongside .NET Core 2.1 and ASP.NET Core 2.1. EF Core 2.1 targets .NET Standard 2.
You may find it strange to see a talk from a Rails conference in this newsletter, but I found this talk by DHH about abstractions very interesting.
If you have a free hour to watch it, I think you will find this one thought-provoking.
RailsConf 2018: Opening Keynote: FIXME by David Heinemeier Hansson - YouTube
This is a talk from the recent Google I/O conference by Ewa Gasperowicz and Addy Osmani about making your websites fast.
Web performance made easy (Google I/O '18) - YouTube